The language of technology is the visual language of our time. Introducing this language to the classical vocabulary of painting allows for an update that keys the work to our digital epoch.
Steve Miller has been working with art, science and technology since 1980. He collaborated with the 2003 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Rod MacKinnon, in a project about human protein, worked at Brookhaven National Labs and at CERN in Geneva. For a decade, Miller proposed to give Brazil, our planetary lungs, a medical check-up by taking x-rays of the Amazon. The painting “Far Enough Away”, featured in this exhibition, is the cover image for his third book, Surfing the Cosmos, to be published by G Editions in the fall of 2022. He exhibits internationally.
Read this artist’s catalog essay here.